3 Feb 2017 -
In the wake of the ELEAGUE Major (congratulations Astralis!), we’re making a change to the map pool: Inferno has returned to Active Duty, replacing Dust II, and will be featured at the next CS:GO Major. As in the past, the updated Active Duty pool is automatically selected when you enter Matchmaking.*
And in Casual and Deathmatch game modes, it’s now a bit easier to play your favorite maps. Map groups have been separated into additional categories: Active Duty, Hostage, Reserves, and Dust II.
*(don’t worry, it’s just as easy as ever to play Dust II. It’s now front and center on the Competitive Matchmaking map selection screen)
30 Jan 2017 -
Congratulations to Astralis, the winners of ELEAGUE Atlanta 2017! They take home $500,000 of the $1,000,000 prize pool. This is their first Major title.
Astralis won the best of three against Virtus.Pro, winning on Overpass(16-14) and then on Train(16-14). If you missed any of the matches or want to watch the highlights, you can download all the games from the ELEAGUE Atlanta 2017 tab in the WATCH menu.
We’d like to thank all the teams, everyone at ELEAGUE , and most of all the Counter-Strike community for making this tournament possible.
29 Jan 2017 -
It all comes down to this. Two teams have fought their way to the Finals. Watch to see who will be crowned as the Champions of Atlanta 2017.
25 Jan 2017 -
All of the playoff spots have been filled. Now the spotlight turns to the Fox Theatre where the Quarterfinals will get underway on Friday the 27th at 10am EST (4:00 PM CEST).
Be sure to use your team stickers to fill out the Pick’Em: Playoff Bracket before the start of the Playoffs.
As always you can watch the Playoffs on GOTV or on Twitch.
24 Jan 2017 -
As day three comes to an end, two teams have secured their spots in the playoffs. Navi and Virtus.Pro advance to the next stage unbeaten.
Tune in for day four as the remaining twelve teams fight for their chance to make it to the playoffs.